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minimusprime 11-01-2007 09:59 PM

BBKs and Wheel Fitment List
 
I've got this posted over on nam so I can collect as much data as possible. I want to have it mirrored over here and collect data from m|u'rs as well.

-JCW R53 Upgrade/R56 Stock Brakes:

-Brembo:
Tenzo Mach 10's 18 X 7.5 et 42 no spacer
Kyowa Racing KR 210 17 X 7.5 et 42 needs 5 mm spacer

-AP Racing:

-Ireland Engineering BBK:

-Wilwood:(This kit has many different variations and options (that's a good thing) so please contact a vendor)
>11.5
17" webspokes require a 5mm spacer (agranger)
>12.2
Fikse Mach V +37 17" No Spacer
BBS LM 17" No Spacer
Team Dynamics 1.2 17" No Spacer
Minilite "B" 17" No Spacer
Rota Slipstream +40 16" No Spacer
Rota Circuit 8 +40 16" No Spacer
OZ Superturismo WRC 7x17 +40 no spacer
Rota Subzero 17x7.5 45mm offset = fine
S-Lites 7mm spacer needed at least
BSA 303 16x7 40mm offset 3mm spacer needed

>13

>13.1

-Detroit Tuned BBK:
R90 OEM - Close fitment 1-2mm of room, Spacer Suggested (Yukka Patrol)

-Texas Speed Works BBK:
15"-17" Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 - No Spacer Needed (TSW)

-StopTech BBK:
OZ Ultraleggeras 17x7 et37 - 3mm spacer needed (minimusprime 5mm spacer)
BBS RV-F 17"x7.5" -- +42mm offset -- no spacer
OZ Superleggera 17"x7" ---- +37mm offset -- 5mm spacer
SSR Comp 17"x7.5" -- +42mm offset -- 3mm spacer
SSR GT7 17"x7.5" -- +42mm offset -- no spacer
Team Dynamics Pro Race 1 17"x7" --- +45mm offset -- no spac
SSR GT7s 18 x 7.5" +42mm offset - no spacers




I just wanted to gather as many personal accounts of what works and what doesn't... shopping for wheels when you have a bbk is annoying.

Thanks for the help on your aging post strom, I've stolen a bunch of data from it.

Disclaimer: I accept no responsibility for the items on this list. You must do your research when purchasing wheels for your bbk, and always be ready for spacers/issues. This is simple a reference list of what other people have been running. By purchasing wheels and brakes blindly off this list you are in essence taking some ones word for it. Good Luck.

glnr13 11-01-2007 10:11 PM

good reference list :tu:

kyriian 11-01-2007 10:17 PM

Wilwood 12.16 BBK
Rota Subzero 17x7.5 45mm offset = fine
S-Lites = 7mm spacer needed at least
BSA 303 (assuming probably similar, if not the same for Enkei RPF1) 16x7 40mm offset = 3mm spacer needed
* interesting to note, real Enkei RPF1 is 43mm offset for 4x100, so if the design is the same, which it is, then you'd need 6mm to clear

Dr. Stylo 11-02-2007 06:30 AM

nice list. I know the Kosei K1 Racing fits several...can't really remember, I believe Wilwood and maybe another. Webb ran different sets on the Mule with Kosei K1 racings. 17x7.5 et 40 I believe.

AZMCS 11-05-2007 02:31 AM

Not available anymore, but if you can find them OZ Superleggara's will fit over most anything without spacers. I run them in 17"x7.5 over a Brembo BBK

Strom 11-08-2007 03:43 AM

I never had enough time or put out enough effort to make a good list. Thanks for doing this for everyone!

Slow Paul 11-08-2007 04:16 PM

This is nice to have!!!!!

minimusprime 11-08-2007 04:18 PM

im bumping the crap out of it over on nam

once i get more data I'm goign to update it over here. There are formatting issues i need to get through... but rest assured I'm going to keep working on this thing.

LowCountry S 11-13-2007 08:41 AM

great job! I'll find it very useful soon!

///ACS330Ci 01-17-2008 03:28 PM

One to add...

Brembo GT 320mm BBK

BBS RV-F, 17x7, 38mm offset, no spacers needed

JIMEK 01-25-2008 09:01 PM

great list! helpful with choosing new track rims!

maybe this helps too:

willwood 12.2 + S lites + 15mm spacers = you can still sick you finger in between so probably 10mm would be enough

JIMEK 01-25-2008 10:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by minimusprime (Post 217425)
Rota Slipstream +40 16" No Spacer


are these x7" or 6.5"?

AstroBlackS 03-23-2008 10:46 PM

This is a very good reference!

kyriian 03-24-2008 03:01 AM

1 more for my own brakes
Wilwood 12.16 Street kit
Piaa Sportmesh 17x7 - no spacer
K-Speed Zeta 16x7 - no spacer

JIMEK 05-06-2008 10:32 PM

i did an experiment when changed wheels on track

12.2 wilwood:

s-lites + 5mm spacer = closest as can get - maybe a 1mm between the wheel and caliper :eek:

rota slipstream 16" + 5mm spacer = same thing = visible here: http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/c.../eDSC02228.jpg more pics of both http://www.motoringunderground.com/f...t=5827&page=12


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